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Nearly 41% Agree This Is The Best Frozen Fish Brand

24-11-2021 · Taking the top spot with a whopping 40.73% of the vote for the best frozen fish brand was the seafood juggernaut Gorton's, which offers a wide variety of frozen fish products ranging from beer-battered fish fillets to healthier flame-grilled options.

24-11-2021

While most seafood lovers can agree the best type of fish to cook with is fresh fish, frozen fish can be a versatile, affordable, and universally accessible way to work seafood into a diet if your access to fresh fish is limited.

Whether you're a fan of crispy breaded frozen fillets, fish sticks, or fancier grilled and frozen options, there is no shortage of seafood brands offering a variety of products that will keep your freezer well-stocked with the oceanic protein. But, when it comes to which brand is best for crafting your favorite fish dishes, opinions can be divided.

Mashed polled 604 U.S.-based respondents on their favorite frozen fish brand and found that one big name brand stood above the rest when it comes to the freezer-proof protein. Respondents were asked to choose between six of the most popular seafood brands: Gorton's, Fremont Fish Market, Young's, Mrs. Pauls, Van de Kamp's, and Kroger. 

Receiving the least amount of votes and coming in last place in Mashed's poll was Young's — a 200-year-old seafood company from across the pond that specializes in recreating "the authentic taste of classic British fish and chips" — with just 4.80% of the vote. Mrs. Paul's, which offers frozen fish sticks, fillets, and crab cakes, received the second least amount of votes, with 5.30%.

The in-house brand of the grocery chain Kroger received 15.23% of the vote — surprising, given that Kroger received the most votes in our poll of the worst frozen fish brand — edged out just slightly by Fremont Fish Market, with 16.06% of the total. Van de Kamp's snagged the second place spot with 17.88% of the total.

Taking the top spot with a whopping 40.73% of the vote for the best frozen fish brand was the seafood juggernaut Gorton's, which offers a wide variety of frozen fish products ranging from beer-battered fish fillets to healthier flame-grilled options. So, whether you're looking to snack on some ketchup-dipped fish sticks or craft a tasty tartar sauce-topped fried fish burger, Gorton's just might be your best bet. 

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10-01-2022 · Since we have already gone through the frozen fish research process, we understand this problem. In order to be able to offer you the best frozen fish available on the market today, we have compiled a comprehensive frozen fish list. The best frozen fish of 2021 is found after hours of research and using all the current models.

10-01-2022

10 Best frozen fish Reviews of 2021

Bestseller No. 1
Eshopps EZ Feeder Aquarium Frozen Fish...
  • Eshopps EZ Feeder Aquarium Frozen Fish Food Dispenser with Strong Anti-Slip Magnet and Submersible Slow Release Feeding Chamber
  • Time Release Thawing – Confines frozen fish food, allowing it to thaw, defrost, separate, and extend feeding time by slowly dispensing fish food by itself.
  • Unique Design – *NEW IMPROVED* Anti-slip rubber padded magnet secures feeder to virtually any glass or acrylic fish tank up to 1/2 in. thick. O-ring sealed lid allows you to completely submerge feeder to any depth, ensuring bottom dwelling fish feed easily.
  • Feed Anything – Can be used in both freshwater and saltwater aquariums with frozen foods, dry flakes, pellets, even freeze dried. Use with, brine shrimp, blood worms, krill, even algae and coral feeding cubes.
  • Wastes Less Food – prevents fish food from prematurely going into the filtration system, keeping your aquarium cleaner and reducing tank maintenance.
Bestseller No. 2
Bestseller No. 3
Bestseller No. 4
JustFoodForDogs Fresh Frozen Dog Food,...
  • Real food for dogs - Human-edible Alaskan Pacific Wild- Caught Cod, Sweet potatoes, Russet potatoes, Green Beans, Broccoli, Safflower Oil, and JFFD's vet-developed Nutrient Blend
  • Grain free, whole-food ingredients – This is not dog food. It is food. For dogs. And every single ingredient is fit for human consumption to ensure the highest quality, whole fresh food for dogs to help them look and feel their best.
  • Zero preservatives – and zero rendered meats, zero artificial coloring, and zero scary acronyms like BHA, BHT, or LFBT.
  • Ready-to-serve nutrition - Every recipe is formulated by our team of veterinarians and canine specialists, and then gently cooked to maximize nutritional value and promote a healthy immune system
  • #1 vet recommended fresh food brand – “I learned about JustFoodForDogs and decided to put Daisy on the food. I can honestly say I have never seen such a dramatic and instant response from changing a food. Within weeks I saw a substantial improvement in her skin, coat, interest in food and vitality. I am so happy to have finally found something I can feel good about feeding her." - Dr. Jennifer Pizzo, DVM
Bestseller No. 5
Innovative Marine Gourmet Gadget...
  • For Fresh and Saltwater Fish | For Frozen, Pellet, Flake or Freeze Dried Food
  • Adjustable Release Settings
  • Reduces Waste and Maintains Water Quality
  • Magnet Mounted | Feeding Ring Conversion
  • Corrals Food in a Contained Area | Patent No. US 10,405,525 B2
Bestseller No. 6
Bestseller No. 8
Penn-Plax Officially Licensed Disney's...
  • Bring Disney's animated film FROZEN to your aquarium! Authentic Disney ornaments are made from non-toxic Polynesian material and are safe for your fish tank
  • This product is made in China
Bestseller No. 9
PrimeWaters Coho Salmon from Chile, 5...
  • SUSTAINABLY RAISED & TRACEABLE: PrimeWaters Coho Salmon is ASC certified, raised in the glacial waters of Chilean Patagonia. Each order includes a QR code tracing your order to the sea farm where the salmon was sourced.
  • HEALTHY & NUTRITIOUS: PrimeWaters frozen Coho salmon is Heart-Check certified by the American Heart Association. Each 100g of fish contains 1500mg Omega-3s. Our Coho salmon are raised without antibiotics, have no added preservatives, provide an excellent source of Vitamin D, and are packed with 28 grams of protein per 5 oz. serving.
  • DELICIOUS TASTE: PrimeWaters Coho Salmon has a large flake, meaty steak-like texture, and rich color. It has a light, clean flavor, and pairs well with a variety of flavors and cuisines. The salmon is frozen at the peak of freshness to ensure optimal taste and texture.
  • PREMIUM EXPERIENCE WITH CONVENIENCE: Shipping is included in the price of each order for your convenience. PrimeWaters Coho Salmon is healthy, quick to prepare, and a great value for premium fish.
  • PRODUCT INFORMATION: Each order contains 14 (approx. 5 oz. each) frozen, individually vacuum-sealed Coho salmon portions (boneless with skin-on) and may be kept frozen until ready to use.
Bestseller No. 10
Good Catch Plant-Based Seafood Frozen...
  • PLANT-BASED SEAFOOD IS NOW A THING — Good Catch delivers chef-mastered rich flavors and flaky textures of seafood without the bycatch. The best part? Our products are friendlier to the oceans and the creatures that call our oceans home.
  • MADE WITH PROTEIN-POWERED INGREDIENTS — Our six-legume blend of peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans and navy beans help us deliver the eating experience of real seafood. Taste, texture, protein…everything but the fish.
  • THE SEAFOOD YOU CRAVE, WITHOUT THE STUFF YOU DON’T — Think crispy, crunchy breaded fish fillets and fish sticks. Savory fish burgers and fish cakes. The sweet, delicate flavor of lump crab complemented with peppers and spice. It doesn’t get much better than having restaurant-quality seafood meals on hand in your freezer. No GMO- or animal-derived ingredients, artificial flavors, palm or canola oil, hydrogenated fats, synthetic colors or mercury here.
  • THE FROZEN VARIETY PACK INCLUDES — 12 servings of freezer-to-skillet meals! 1 box (10 sticks) Plant-Based Breaded Fish Sticks, 1 box (2 fillets) Plant-Based Breaded Fish Fillets, 1 box (2 entrée-size cakes) Plant-Based Breaded Crab Cakes, 1 box (2 patties) Plant-Based Fish Burgers, 1 box (8 appetizer-size cakes) Plant-Based New England Style Crab Cakes, 1 box (8 appetizer-size cakes) Plant-Based Thai Style Fish Cakes
  • GOOD FOR THE PLANET — Good Catch plant-based seafood is part of the solution to overfishing, polluted oceans and animal welfare concerns. We’re on a mission to save our oceans and we believe plant-based foods can feed and help save the world.

Do you get stressed out thinking about shopping for a great frozen fish? Do doubts keep creeping into your mind? We understand, because we’ve already gone through the whole process of researching frozen fish, which is why we have assembled a comprehensive list of the greatest frozen fish available in the current market. We’ve also come up with a list of questions that you probably have yourself.

Huts Frankand Angies has done the best we can with our thoughts and recommendations, but it’s still crucial that you do thorough research on your own for frozen fish that you consider buying. Your questions might include the following:

  • Is it worth buying an frozen fish?
  • What benefits are there with buying an frozen fish?
  • What factors deserve consideration when shopping for an effective frozen fish?
  • Why is it crucial to invest in any frozen fish, much less the best one?
  • Which frozen fish are good in the current market?
  • Where can you find information like this about frozen fish?

We’re convinced that you likely have far more questions than just these regarding frozen fish, and the only real way to satisfy your need for knowledge is to get information from as many reputable online sources as you possibly can.

Potential sources can include buying guides for frozen fish, rating websites, word-of-mouth testimonials, online forums, and product reviews. Thorough and mindful research is crucial to making sure you get your hands on the best-possible frozen fish. Make sure that you are only using trustworthy and credible websites and sources.

Huts Frankand Angies provides an frozen fish buying guide, and the information is totally objective and authentic. We employ both AI and big data in proofreading the collected information. How did we create this buying guide? We did it using a custom-created selection of algorithms that lets us manifest a top-10 list of the best available frozen fish currently available on the market.

This technology we use to assemble our list depends on a variety of factors, including but not limited to the following:

  1. Brand Value: Every brand of frozen fish has a value all its own. Most brands offer some sort of unique selling proposition that’s supposed to bring something different to the table than their competitors.
  2. Features: What bells and whistles matter for an frozen fish?
  3. Specifications: How powerful they are can be measured.
  4. Product Value: This simply is how much bang for the buck you get from your frozen fish.
  5. Customer Ratings: Number ratings grade frozen fish objectively.
  6. Customer Reviews: Closely related to ratings, these paragraphs give you first-hand and detailed information from real-world users about their frozen fish.
  7. Product Quality: You don’t always get what you pay for with an frozen fish, sometimes less, and sometimes more.
  8. Product Reliability: How sturdy and durable an frozen fish is should be an indication of how long it will work out for you.

Huts Frankand Angies always remembers that maintaining frozen fish information to stay current is a top priority, which is why we are constantly updating our websites. Learn more about us using online sources.

If you think that anything we present here regarding frozen fish is irrelevant, incorrect, misleading, or erroneous, then please let us know promptly!

THIS WEEKEND: STORIES FROM THE MARATHON SEAFOOD …

11-03-2022 · The next year Bennett surprised me and put my newborn daughter’s name on the lobster boat that was on the 2012 event T-shirt. It was such an amazingly thoughtful gesture of him. So yeah, I f*****g love that guy!-Daniel Samess, CEO of the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce. Saturday, March 12 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, March 13 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

11-03-2022

Remembered as the “last big event” in Marathon before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world in 2020, the anticipation has never been greater for the return of the 46th Original Marathon Seafood Festival. Given that we all had to survive without the festival for two whole years, Keys Weekly caught up with a few of the folks responsible for putting the weekend together to ask about their fondest memories from one of Marathon’s most iconic events.

“I’d have to say my favorite part of the Seafood Festival is how it is such a fun locals’ weekend. The energy is great and everyone is just there to hang out and have a good time. I’m really looking forward to seeing some familiar faces since we moved away from the Keys in August. I’m still playing my same role in organizing the event, but doing it while traveling in our RV. I’m also looking forward to having my 1-year-old son Luke experience his first Marathon Seafood Festival! 

-Jeanine D’Amico, Chamber of Commerce accounting and events manager

This is my fourth year in charge of Seafood Festival volunteers, and I’ve gotten to meet so many new people. My volunteers are so heartwarming. I am absolutely honored to have so many people who not only want to help our community, but love to find out how I’m doing as well. They certainly make me feel special!

– Erika Goodman, Chamber of Commerce Office Manager & Sales Coordinator

“This happened back at the Seafood Festival in 2002, during my first term as Marathon mayor. Clarence Clemons had been hanging around Marathon to fish with his buddy, Capt. Diego Cordova. Clarence was at the festival jamming with Jen and Diego; I’m pretty sure I played the festival that year as well. When we were introduced, Clarence said, ‘You’re the mayor? And a musician? This is a f*****g cool town!’ Clarence bought a house on Stirrup Key not long after that.”

-John Bartus, Marathon mayor & Seafood Festival musician 

When I first came onto the scene as the Marathon Chamber CEO in 2007, I knew I had my work cut out for me. I had to prove myself to our event partners, the Organized Fishermen of Florida (OFF). Commercial fishing captains are no joke, and no one works harder and has more passion in their profession and industry. We had some titans serving on our seafood festival committee back then. The two patriarchs were Tommy Coppedge (R.I.P. Tommy) and Bennett Orr, who had been around since they founded the event back in 1976.

It must have been my third year with the chamber and the event. By then, the crew knew me well and we all had a great mutual respect and appreciation for one another. If you knew Bennett, you knew he always spoke his mind and didn’t mince words. One thing Bennett took great pride in was hanging his OFF sponsor banners around the community park prior to the festival each year. I also had a bunch of sponsor banners from chamber members to hang up as well, so I thought nothing of “relocating” a few of Bennett’s banners that year.

Later that day, Bennett walked up to me. He had that look and I already knew! He then proceeded to ream me out. Let’s just say I wouldn’t have wanted my daughters to hear what was being said. I stood there and took the verbal lashing, waiting for Bennett to get it all out.  When he finished, I calmly asked, ‘Are you done? Can I talk now?’

He said, “Yeah, I’m f*****g done!”  I then proceeded to tell him I was sorry for moving his banner, and after a pause for effect, I added, “I love you, Bennett. I can’t get mad at you, because I love you, man.”

Bennett then said to me, “Well, why the hell would you say that to me?” He literally had nothing else to say. The truth was, and is, that I do love Bennett. He has a heart of gold and cares so much about the Seafood Festival. When our conversation ended all was fine, but I got such a kick out of his reaction and response, and while my reply was meant to be a bit funny and diffuse the situation, I wasn’t lying.

The next year Bennett surprised me and put my newborn daughter’s name on the lobster boat that was on the 2012 event T-shirt. It was such an amazingly thoughtful gesture of him. So yeah, I f*****g love that guy!

-Daniel Samess, CEO of the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce

Saturday, March 12
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Sunday, March 1311 a.m. to 5 p.m. admission

(Kids 12 and under are free)

ParkingStanley Switlik Elementary, 3400 Overseas Hwy. and neighboring lots (wherever else you can find it!)

Handicapped parking available inside the park

Food
Florida lobster · Stone crab · mahi-mahi · oysters · shrimp · conch fritters · crab cakes · smoked fish dip · conch salad · Cuban croquettes · burgers · hot dogs · sausages

Live MusicSaturday: Jade Storm · I-Land Vibe · Caribe · The Red Elvises · The Rock Show!

Sunday: Brian Roberts · The Lady A Blues Band · The Southern Blood Band

How to Make Fluffy Scrambled Eggs Like Dolly Parton ...

09-02-2022 · Taste of Home, Getty Images. Eggs are a breakfast staple. Whether you like ’em scrambled, over easy or even as eggs Benedict with a bit of homemade Hollandaise sauce, you know the dish is bound to be delicious. But, of all the ways to cook an egg, scrambling has to be one of the most popular.. Even if you already have a scramble method, it’s worth trying eggs …

09-02-2022

Dolly Parton's scrambled eggsTaste of Home, Getty Images

Eggs are a breakfast staple. Whether you like ’em scrambled, over easy or even as eggs Benedict with a bit of homemade Hollandaise sauce, you know the dish is bound to be delicious. But, of all the ways to cook an egg, scrambling has to be one of the most popular.

Even if you already have a scramble method, it’s worth trying eggs the Dolly Parton way.

How to Make Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

Did you know scrambled eggs are one of the few foods that most Americans can cook without a recipe? It’s true! And while it’s not the most thrilling meal, it’s satisfying nonetheless. You may use a bit of milk or cream and salt and pepper to get your eggs to the right consistency, but our lovely Dolly does it a bit differently.

So what’s her secret? It’s ice water. “Put a few drops of ice water as you’re cooking them and that makes them fluffier—it really does!” she said in an interview with Insider. Start with a tablespoon and work up from there. Too much, and you’ll make your eggs a runny mess.

Does it work? According to science, it sure does! As the water heats in the hot pan, the steam rises and gives the eggs that nice fluff you’re looking for. Just another reason to love Dolly Parton.

Learn how to make Dolly’s chicken and dumplings, too.

Tips for Perfect Scrambled Eggs

If you’ve ever found eggs to be rubbery or bland, it might be the way you’re cooking them. It’s common to make mistakes with eggs, but we can fix them! When whisking, make sure your eggs are a uniform yellow before pouring them into the pan. That means no stray egg white strands. It’s also important to cook slowly over a lower heat—high heat tends to dry your eggs faster.

Try to use a silicone spatula whenever possible. It’s the perfect tool to scrape that extra egg off the side of the pan, and can keep the bottom of your nonstick pan clear of that fried egg blanket (you know what I’m talking about). Use these tips, and you’ll have the perfect fluffy eggs tomorrow morning!

Unique Ways to Eat Scrambled Eggs

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After enjoying scrambled egg muffins at a local restaurant, I came up with this version that my husband likes even better. They're pretty, hearty and fun to serve, too. —Cathy Larkins, Marshfield, Missouri Go to Recipe Learn how to cook eggs one of five ways!
Breakfast ScrambleThe musical "Waitress"
One weekend morning, My husband and I wanted a breakfast without the traditional sausage or bacon. I reached for the ground beef and tossed in other ingredients as I went. This recipe was the mouthwatering result.—Mary Lill, Rock Cave, West Virginia
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This sunny specialty is colorful. My eight grandchildren often enjoy these egg-packed pitas for Saturday morning brunch or with a light salad for supper.
Vegetable Scrambled EggsTaste of Home
I like to have friends and family over for a special Sunday brunch, especially when there's a "big game" on television. These colorful scrambled eggs with veggies go perfectly with sausage, toasted English muffins and fresh fruit. —Marilyn Ipson, Rogers, Arkansas
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My mother-in-law introduced me to this recipe, and now it's my kids' favorite breakfast. They really love it. —Jacque Hunt, Heyburn, Idaho
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I love to fix this spicy scrambled egg dish for friends and family. It’s almost a meal in itself, but I serve it with muffins or biscuits, fresh fruit juice and coffee. —Kay Kropff, Canyon, Texas
Breakfast BruschettaTaste of Home
My family loves bruschetta, so why not have it for breakfast? This gives us a healthy start to the morning, and takes very little effort. You get all the traditional flavors, and with egg added, it makes a great meal. —Kallee Krong-McCreery, Escondido, California
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This savory breakfast dish takes everyday scrambled eggs up a few notches. The rich flavor is so satisfying in the morning, and it's even better served with buttery toasted Italian bread. —Thomas Faglon, Somerset, New Jersey
Eggs & Chorizo WrapsTaste of Home
My husband grew up in Southern California and loves chorizo. We use the spicy sausage in these chorizo and egg wraps that our children call Daddy's Eggs.—April Nissen, Yankton, South Dakota
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I love these easy cast-iron scrambled eggs that use fresh ingredients I usually have on hand. They make a quick and simple breakfast! —Bonnie Hawkins, Elkhorn, Wisconsin Here's how to tell if your eggs are fresh for this recipe! Make sure you're not making any of these other egg mistakes either.
Calico Scrambled EggsTaste of Home
When you're short on time and scrambling to get a meal on the table, this recipe is just what you need. There's a short ingredient list, cooking is kept to a minimum. and the green pepper and tomato makes it colorful. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Ham & Egg PocketsTaste of Home
Refrigerated crescent roll dough make these savory breakfast pockets a snap to prepare. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Bacon and avocado blend nicely in these special eggs. They’re easy and perfect for breakfast. But I'll also whip them up after an evening meeting or football game—or any time friends drop by for coffee. —Sundra Hauck, Bogalusa, Louisiana
Farmers BreakfastTaste of Home
Start off your day on a hearty note! This one-dish wonder will easily keep your family satisfied until lunch. —Jeannette Westphal, Gettysburg, South Dakota
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We always eat ham, eggs and bread on camping trips, and we often have extras. Combine them and you’ve got scrambled egg bread. We first made this on a visit to Mount Shasta. —Shirley Mondeau, Rohnert Park, California
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These are my favorite scrambled eggs. The white sauce, flavored with chicken bouillon, keeps the eggs creamy and moist. It's a tasty twist on a morning mainstay.
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When my family visits, I love to make my nephew Robbie happy by making any breakfast with pork and cheese. I created this as a twist on the traditional breakfast sandwich. —Kelly Boe, Whiteland, Indiana
Country-Style Scrambled EggsTaste of Home
I added a little color and flavor to this country scrambled eggs recipe by adding some green pepper, onion and red potatoes. —Joyce Platfoot, Wapakoneta, Ohio
Salsa & Scrambled Egg SandwichesTaste of Home
Power up with a breakfast that keeps you going all morning long. In my humble opinion, this sandwich tastes so much better than anything that comes from a drive-thru! —Marcia Conlon, Traverse City, Michigan
Curry ScrambleTaste of Home
I have eggs every morning, and this is a delightful change from the classic scrambled egg meal. I like to add sliced peppers on top if I have them on hand. —Valerie Belley, St. Louis, Missouri
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Two of my favorites – mushroom and avocado – make a stacked sandwich fancy enough for company or a weekend breakfast with the family. —Carol McLaughlin, Papillion, Nebraska
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As a child I grew up on a farm where eggs and herbs were plentiful in summer. My mother made these eggs and I've made them for my own family. Just add toast!—Patricia Nieh, Portola Valley, California
Fluffy Scrambled EggsTaste of Home
When our son, Chris, wants something other than cold cereal in the morning, he whips up these eggs. Cheese and evaporated milk make them especially good. They're easy to make when you're camping, too. —Chris Pfleghaar, Elk River, Minnesota
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Every bit as quick as scrambled eggs are meant to be, this hearty dish— with red pimientos and green parsley or chives— is nice for hectic Christmas mornings.
We make this during holidays or on mornings when we know we're going to have a busy day. You can substitute whatever vegetables your family prefers. It’s also good with steak. —Delisha Paris, Elizabeth Cty, North Carolina
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This hearty combination of sausage, hash browns and eggs will warm you up on a cold winter morning. —Bonnie Roberts, Newaygo, Michigan
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My tostadas feature the ingredients of a classic Denver omelet: ham, cheddar and green pepper. I also make a zesty Mexican version with chorizo and pepper jack and a Reuben with corned beef and Swiss. —Joi Sinclair, Atchison, Kansas
Mom's Fluffy Scrambled EggsTaste of Home
I make these fluffy scrambled eggs when family comes for breakfast or when I just want to do something extra special for myself in the morning. My favorite cheese for this recipe is freshly grated white cheddar, but whatever you have in the fridge works! —Kailey Thompson, Palm Bay, Florida
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For a festive Mexican breakfast, we do chorizo and huevos rancheros. Add refried beans and cheddar, and serve everything in bowls made of tortillas. —Paul Williams, Fort Mohave, Arizona

Originally Published: February 09, 2022

How to Make Udon Noodles from Scratch, Step by Step

06-05-2022 · Udon is delicious in broth or pan-fried with fresh vegetables and protein.

06-05-2022

While ramen has become a mainstream Japanese noodle dish in the U.S., udon noodles deserve attention. Silky, chewy and thick, udon noodles are a slurpable and oh-so-comforting ingredient common to many Japanese recipes.

Growing up, udon was the dish my mom would make if I wasn’t feeling well. She’d make a simple chicken broth, hard-boil an egg, add a few greens like broccoli or bok choy, and pour that simple soup over some tender udon noodles. It was a meal that could be ready in less than 20 minutes but instantly brought me comfort. Today, I’ve learned to make udon noodles from scratch to transform that childhood experience into something more fresh and chewy.

Though my favorite way to enjoy udon is in soup form, it can also be enjoyed tossed in a stir-fry coated with sauce, as a cold salad, or paired with a warm Japanese curry. You can find udon noodles dried or frozen at the supermarket, but they’re not difficult to make at home using flour, salt and water—and a bit of muscle. The process is similar to making homemade Italian pasta.

Be sure to make extra udon noodles to freeze! You’ll be glad to have fresh noodles on hand for a quick meal.

What Are Udon Noodles?

raw udon noodles on cutting boardMegan Barrie For Taste Of Home

Udon noodles are white flour-based noodles that are thick, chewy and silky. What gives udon noodles their characteristic chew is a low water-to-flour ratio. This means the dough is tough to knead by hand—but not impossible—and is often traditionally kneaded with the feet!

If you don’t want to place the noodles in a bag and step with clean socks to press the dough, you can also use a pasta maker or KitchenAid pasta attachment to roll it out. Folding the noodles and smoothing them out a few times is what gives them their silky chew and texture.

Another popular Japanese noodle is soba, made from buckwheat flour and typically cut quite thin. Soba has a brownish tint with speckles from the buckwheat and, like udon noodles, can be enjoyed hot or chilled. Both noodles use a careful balance of flour and water, but have very different textures and flavors.

Where udon noodles are chewy and silky, soba noodles are nuttier and heartier, similar to white vs. brown rice. One major difference is that soba noodles are actually quite tricky to make at home because buckwheat flour is delicate to handle. Both noodles pair well with essential Japanese ingredients like shoyu, sesame oil and dashi (made from kombu and bonito flakes).

Udon Noodle Recipe

This recipe makes four servings of noodles.

Ingredients

  • 3 cups flour
  • 2/3 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • Cornstarch

Tools

Directions

Step 1: Prepare dough

ball of udon noodle dough in a bowlMegan Barrie For Taste Of Home

Mix salt and flour in a wide bowl. Add water and stir with a fork or chopsticks to thoroughly hydrate the dough until it’s in shaggy clumps. Knead the dough until water is incorporated enough to work into a ball.

If the dough is still a little dry after a few minutes of kneading, use a spray bottle to add a bit more water. Once you’ve formed a ball, place the dough in a large plastic or reusable bag and seal. Let rest for 30-60 minutes.

After the dough has rested, use a rolling pin to press down on the dough ball in the bag. Try to evenly disperse the dough and roll, rotating 90º to form a circle.

Open the bag and fold the dough in half once, then in half again. Press to form a ball. Reseal the bag and let the dough rest for 5 minutes.

Repeat this process of rolling the dough in the bag and folding into quarters a total of four times, making sure to let the dough rest 5 minutes in between. The dough should get smoother over time and should not be sticky.

When the dough feels smooth and relaxed, remove it from the bag and place on a clean work surface lightly dusted with flour. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough into a large rectangle about 1/4-inch thick.

raw udon noodle douch cut into noodle shapeMegan Barrie For Taste Of Home

Dust the surface of the dough liberally with cornstarch. Fold the dough in half like a hot dog bun, then in half again the same direction to make an accordion. Using a sharp knife, work from one end of your dough to the other, slicing noodles as thin or thick as you’d like. Recommended width is about 1/4 inch. (They’ll expand when cooked.)

Dust the noodles with a bit more cornstarch to prevent from sticking.

Step 4: Cook noodles

cooked udon noodles in a metal collanderMegan Barrie For Taste Of Home

Set a large pot of at least 8 cups of water to boil. Add noodles to the boiling water and give them a stir to prevent from sticking. Cook noodles for 4-5 minutes until al dente; noodles will float to the top. Give one a taste to see if they’re ready! When the noodles are cooked, immediately pour into a colander and run cold water over top to prevent them from overcooking.

Step 5: Serve

There are many ways to enjoy udon noodles, but here are a few classics:

  • Place a portion in a bowl with warm dashi broth, sesame seeds, seaweed strips and chopped green onion.
  • In the summer, chill the dashi broth and enjoy the noodles cold.
  • Pan-fry the noodles by cooking in a pan with sweet soy sauce and sauteed vegetables.

How to Store and Freeze Udon Noodles

  • For short-term storage: The best way to store leftover cooked noodles is in an air-tight container in the fridge. They should last 5-7 days.
  • For freezing: After making fresh dough, we highly recommend you dust the noodles heavily with flour to prevent them from sticking and portion them into bundles. Then place each bundle on a baking sheet and place in the freezer for about 30-60 minutes until they’re firm. Transfer each bundle into an airtight container like a plastic bag or reusable container for easy access in the future. Noodles keep about one month (here’s how to avoid freezer burn). When you’re ready to eat, bring a pot of water to a boil and place a bundle of noodles in the pot directly—no need to defrost!

Originally Published: May 06, 2022

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Seafood is healthy for anyone of any agesuch as growing children active adults, pregnant women and even the old. Seafood is a fantastic source of high-quality, lean easily digested protein. A 3.5-ounce portion of seafood can provide nearly 50% of the daily protein requirements of an adult in only 100 to 200 calories.

Seafood is very low in saturated fat and sodium , and is a great of vital vitamins and minerals. Seafood is also one of the few food items that have omega-3 fatty acids that are long-chain that are known to have numerous positive health benefits and are vital in growth of our nervous system as well as the retina.

Seafood is comprised of fish like catfish as well as tuna, salmon and tilapia, and shellfish like shrimp, crab, clams, and oysters. The majority of seafood consumed from the United States comes from marine waters as well as aquaculture (farm-raised fish).

Benefits to health and nutrition from seafood The fats that are found in poultry, red meat as well as eggs constitute solid fats as are the fats in fish, nuts and seeds are oil. In 2010, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend cutting down on consumption in solid fats (saturated fats trans fats, cholesterol, and trans fats) as they can increase cholesterol levels in blood, such that of total cholesterol, as well as LDL cholesterol, raise the chance of stroke, heart disease and certain cancers in adult and cause excess weight growth.

Research has shown that eating seafood may reduce the risk of having a heart attack stroke, obesity, and hypertension. Seafood is low in saturated fats and is higher in “heart healthful” polyunsaturated fat which includes omega-3 fats. 1 Professor and Extension Specialist (Nutrition), LSU Ag Center SRAC Publication No. 7300 October 2012.

Nutritional Advantages of Seafood Elizabeth Reames1 VI PR Southern Regional AquacultureCenter most significant omega-3 fatty acids that are found in fish are the eicosapentaenoic acids (EPA) as well as docosahexaenoic acids (DHA). Every seafood item contains omega-3 fatty acids. However oily fish like trout, sardines, salmon, Atlantic and Pacific mackerel and herring are among the most high in EPA as well as DHA.

These fatty acids are able to reduce blood pressure and heart rate, and can improve the function of your heart. For instance, research has found the omega-3 fats reduce the risk of developing arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats) which can cause sudden death.

Omega-3 fatty acids can also lower the levels of triglycerides and reduce the development of plaque atherosclerosis. Averaging 8 ounces per week (about two portions) from a variety of seafood offers the average of 250 milligrams a day from EPA and DHA which are connected to lower deaths from cardiac causes within a crawfish skewer that is individually cooked. (photo taken from W. Ray McClain, LSU Ag Center) 2 individuals with and without cardiovascular diseases, and without pre-existing cardiovascular.

This is the reason behind the recommendation of U.S. health organizations to consume two portions of seafood every week. In 2010, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend the consumption of cholesterol to be under 300 mg daily. A few studies suggest a link between higher levels of cholesterol and a higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, but the negative effects of cholesterol in the diet aren’t as severe as the negative effects of saturated fat and trans fats.

The amount of cholesterol in the diet that is found in fish is similar to levels in beef pork, and chicken, however generally, fish are less saturated fat than other meats. Even though shellfish is higher in cholesterol than meat, fish or chicken (179 milligrams cholesterol in a 3 ounce portion of shrimp, compared to the 79 milligrams found in 3 quarters of a pound of roast with round tips from beef) The fat found of shellfish tends to be unsaturated.

It also is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are believed to greatly lower the risk of developing heart illness and stroke. Alongside reducing the risk of developing heart disease, studies have shown that the oils in seafood could help lower the risk and relieve symptoms of other chronic illnesses like rheumatoid arthritis certain types of cancer asthma, psoriasis, and macular degeneration.

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9 Crab
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Homemade Hamburger Helper Recipe

10-05-2022 · How to Make Hamburger Helper Cheeseburger Macaroni. In a deep large skillet, crumble and brown the ground beef over medium heat until no longer pink. Drain any excess grease. Stir in the garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, salt and black pepper. Now, add the medium shells pasta, beef broth and milk.

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This Homemade Hamburger Helper Recipe is an easy one pot dinner that is cheesy, creamy and delicious! A simple family dinner that is on the table in less than 30 minutes, perfect for those busy weeknights.

Homemade hamburger helper in large deep skillet.

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All you need is a few pantry staples, ground beef and shredded cheese to make this easy homemade hamburger helper recipe that is going to be a new family favorite!

Homemade Hamburger Helper Ingredients

  • Ground Beef: For a lighter version you can use ground turkey or chicken.
  • Medium Shells Pasta: Feel free to use any short cut pasta. Elbow Macaroni Noodles, Rotini, Fusilli, or Small Shells are all good options.
  • Beef Broth: You can substitute with water, chicken broth, or water mixed with bullion.
  • Milk: Any milk should work, I use 2% cows milk. You can also omit the milk and replace it with more beef broth if you prefer.
  • Sharp Cheddar Cheese: Use your favorite cheese or a blend of cheeses. Pepper Jack, Monterey Jack, Swiss, Gruyere, Mozzarella, or Colby Jack are all delicious options.
Close up view of homemade hamburger helper in white round bowl.

This is a great recipe the whole family is going to enjoy, even those picky eaters! Plus, this homemade version of hamburger helper is so much better than the boxed stuff!

How to Make Hamburger Helper Cheeseburger Macaroni

  • Homemade hamburger helper ingredients.
  • Ground beef cooked in skillet.
  1. Now, add the medium shells pasta, beef broth and milk. Give it all a good stir and pushing the pasta down to be almost fully covered.
  2. Bring to a boil, then cover the skillet and reduce heat to medium-low.
  3. Simmer for 10-12 minutes until the pasta is cooked to al dente, and stirring 2-3 times to prevent any sticking to the pan.
  4. Turn the heat off and stir in the cheese a handful at a time until fully incorporated and melted.
  • Liquids and pasta added to skilled with cooked ground beef.
  • Fully cooked homemade hamburger helper in skillet.
  1. Serve immediately and go enjoy this homemade meal!

This one-pot meal is total comfort food that the entire family is going to keep asking for again and again. It's such a ridiculously easy meal that you won't mind making this delicious dinner all the time!

Serving of Homemade hamburger helper on large spoon over skillet.

Storing: Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.

Reheating: Reheat the hamburger helper on the stove over low heat with a splash of water added. You can also heat in the microwave until warmed through.

Homemade hamburger helper in a white round bowl with a bite on a fork.
  • Add some veggies: saute some sliced mushrooms, chopped red pepper, shredded carrots or zucchini with the ground beef to amp up your veggie intake. Or stir in some baby spinach leaves or frozen peas after the shredded cheese.
  • Be sure to stir the hamburger helper a few times while its cooking the pasta or ground beef doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan.
  • Shred your own cheese. It melts easier and has the best flavor.
  • Garnish with some chopped dill pickles and fresh parsley.
  • If the hamburger helper seems dry and not creamy enough, add a few splashes of milk or beef broth to thin it out. For an even richer flavor you can add some heavy cream too.
Homemade hamburger helper in skillet with serving spoon.

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This Homemade Hamburger Helper Recipe is an easy one pot dinner that is cheesy, creamy and delicious! A simple family dinner that is on the table in less than 30 minutes, perfect for those busy weeknights.
  • In a deep large skillet, brown the ground beef over medium heat until no longer pink. Drain any excess grease.
  • Stir in the garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, salt and black pepper.
  • Add the shells pasta, milk and beef broth. Give it a good stir, pressing down the shells into the liquid as much as possible.
  • Bring to a boil, then cover the skillet and reduce heat to medium-low heat.
  • Simmer for 10-12 minutes until the pasta is al dente, and stirring 2-3 times.
  • Remove from heat, remove lid and stir in the cheese a handful at a time until fully incorporated and melted.
  • Serve and enjoy immediately.
Sodium: 875mg | Calcium: 304mg | Vitamin C: 1mg | Vitamin A: 402IU | Sugar: 5g | Fiber: 2g | Potassium: 451mg | Cholesterol: 76mg | Calories: 515kcal | Trans Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 11g | Fat: 24g | Protein: 27g | Carbohydrates: 46g | Iron: 2mg
Chorizo Breakfast Fatty - Over The Fire Cooking

21-12-2021 · Spread the ground chorizo out over the top of the bacon weave making sure to leave ½ inch of bacon overlap on all sides. Next add an even layer of hash browns topped with scrambled eggs. Add your diced red onions, and bell peppers next, then place your cubed cheddar cheese down the middle.

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Chorizo Breakfast Fatty is here and it’ll make your Christmas morning something to remember! I partnered up with Oklahoma Joe’s to bring this delicious, bacon wrapped, chorizo, egg, hash browns and cheese stuffed breakfast to life. The best part? You can prepare it the night before! This means Christmas morning will be filled with more family and gifts from Santa and less time working in the kitchen. Alright, let’s dive in. 

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Bacon Weave for our Chorizo Fatty

Want to know how to level up anything you cook? Add a bacon weave. It’s simple, easy, impressive looking AND oh so delicious! It’s also a very functional piece of this recipe as it helps hold everything together. All that said, we kick this Chorizo Breakfast Fatty recipe off by creating the bacon weave. 

Now, if you’re feeding a hungry family (like mine) then you might want to make a larger chorizo fatty, meaning you’ll also need a longer bacon weave. I made my bacon weave by laying out two strips of bacon, overlapping them at the ends by about an inch to create one long strip of vertical bacon. Lay out all your vertical strips of bacon first, then begin the process of weaving in the horizontal strips. Continue this process until the weave is complete. Up next, chorizo.  

Chorizo Breakfast Fatty getting placed on the smoker.

Want more Oklahoma Joe’s recipes? Check out Smoked Salmon Burnt Ends, Garlic Basted Sirloin Skewers and Cheesy Steak Pinwheels.

Chorizo Breakfast Fatty Assembly

Place your ground chorizo on top of the bacon weave. Next, carefully spread the chorizo out until there is a thin layer of it covering the bacon weave. I’d recommend leaving about half an inch margin between the chorizo and the edges of the bacon weave. This will give us some space to overlap the bacon when we roll the breakfast fatty together. 

After the chorizo is in place, add the remaining Chorizo Breakfast Fatty ingredients. You can add or remove any of these ingredients to make it your own, but I opted for hash browns, eggs (already cooked), green bell pepper, red onion and sharp cheddar cheese. From here, roll the breakfast fatty up and tuck the edges under. This will give you a nice cylinder of meat that’s ready for seasoning!

Chorizo Breakfast Fatty smoked right before it gets glazed.

Chorizo Breakfast Fatty that's glazed and almost done cooking.

I reached for one of my most favorite and versatile seasonings for this Chorizo Breakfast Fatty, and that is Chipotle Garlic. Who doesn’t love garlic with a little smoky spice?! I covered the fatty with a generous layer of seasoning and then it was off to the smoker. It’s worth noting that you could put the fatty in the fridge to set overnight at this point. If you are having this on Christmas morning or simply don’t want to put it all together for breakfast, you can easily get the Chorizo Breakfast Fatty put together the night before so that it’s ready to go the following morning. 

For more recipes with Chipotle Garlic check out Chipotle Garlic Chili Con Carne, Chipotle Garlic Butter Shrimp and Chipotle Garlic Buffalo Chicken Legs Recipe.

 

A Smokin’ Holiday

When cooking time comes rolling around, make sure you preheat your smoker to 275F. I cooked this one on my Oklahoma Joe’s Bronco Drum Smoker. I love cooking on this smoker because it’s so easy to use, heats up quickly and gives the food such an amazing smoky flavor!

Place the Chorizo Breakfast Smoker on the grill and close the lid. Leave it here for 2-2.5 hours, or until it hits 160F internal. When the fatty is about 15-20 minutes away from being done, glaze the outside with some warmed maple syrup. The sweetness of the syrup really helps balance the saltiness of the bacon weave and will give you a gorgeous caramelization on the outside of the fatty. Now, close the lid to the smoker one final time and let the breakfast fatty finish cooking. 

I seared my Chorizo Breakfast Fatty straight from the cutting board. Simply slice into it and serve. Best enjoyed with friends and family! Cheers!

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Keyword: Chorizo Breakfast Fatty
  • 1.5 lbs Bacon Strips
  • 1 lb Ground Chorizo Sausage
  • 1 lb Sharp Cheddar Cheese cubed
  • 1.5 cups Cooked Hash Browns
  • 4-5 Scrambled Eggs
  • ¼ cup Diced Red Onions
  • ¼ cup Diced Bell Peppers
  • ¼ cup Maple Syrup for glaze
  • 1.5 tbsp Chipotle Garlic Seasoning
  • Chopped Green Onions for garnish
  1. Lay out two large pieces of plastic wrap or non-stick wax paper. Begin making a simple bacon weave (watch my video on Facebook!). Spread the ground chorizo out over the top of the bacon weave making sure to leave ½ inch of bacon overlap on all sides. Next add an even layer of hash browns topped with scrambled eggs. Add your diced red onions, and bell peppers next, then place your cubed cheddar cheese down the middle. Using the plastic wrap, roll the fatty up so that the filling is kept in the middle and the bacon surrounds it on all sides. Fold any of the excess bacon underneath, they generously season with Chipotle Garlic or your favorite seasoning. Once completely seasoned, wrap tightly in more plastic wrap and set in the fridge for 15 minutes to set. You can also do this the night before, just leave the fatty in the fridge until you are ready to cook.
  2. Preheat your Oklahoma Joe’s Bronco Drum Smoker to 275F. Add some wood chips or wood chunks for additional smoke flavor if desired.
  3. Unravel the plastic wrap from your fatty and discard the plastic. Place it onto the smoker and cook for about 2-2.5 hours until the internal temperature hits 160F. About 20 minutes before the fatty is done, heat up a skillet to warm the maple syrup. Once the syrup is warm, glaze the outside of the fatty and caramelize. Save some extra for dipping! When the fatty is done, pull it off and let it rest for 5 minutes.
  4. Garnish your fatty with more syrup. Slice into it and enjoy!
Calories 814 Calories from Fat 594
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Nutrition Disclaimer: We are not dietitians or nutritionist. Nutritional information on overthefirecooking.com comes from online calculators. While we attempt to make this information accurate, it should only been viewed as an estimate.

Derek is the driving force behind Over the Fire Cooking. He started cooking with live fire in 2016 and decided to start a social media page so his friends and family could follow the journey. Fast forward to today and Over the Fire Cooking has spread across multiple platforms with millions now following Derek’s fire cooking journey. He’s a southern fellow who enjoys everything from classic BBQ to Central and South American inspired dishes. Whatever he’s cooking up, it’s guaranteed to be so freakin’ delicious!

Surf and Turf Fajitas - Over The Fire Cooking

25-03-2022 · Now, it’s time to cook the meat for your surf and turf fajitas. Preheat your Breeo to a medium-high temperature of about 350ºF. Set your Breeo sear plate over the fire because we want it to preheat as well. First, add the steaks to the sear plate and let them cook for about four minutes per side or until they are medium-rare.

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 These Surf and Turf Fajitas are the perfect way to utilize the new Breeo sear plate! 

These fajitas are a quick and easy recipe made with tender seared steak, juicy shrimp, and flavorful veggies all piled into a warm tortilla. They’re topped off with shredded cheese, sour cream, sliced jalapeño, and more!  

 
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Marinate the Steak for Surf and Turf Fajitas

So, we start with a simple steak marinade. The steak requires a little bit of planning ahead because it marinates overnight. 

First, combine soy sauce, white vinegar, Cola (optional), chipotle paste, garlic paste, chopped cilantro, lime juice, orange juice, canola oil, and salt in a large bowl. Although the cola is optional, I highly recommend adding it to the marinade. It helps bring some acidity and a little bit of sweetness to the meat for better texture and flavor. Better meat makes for better surf and turf fajitas! 

Next, add the skirt or flap steak to the steak marinade, cover, and place in the fridge for at least four hours, but ideally overnight.

 

Steak and shrimp getting started on the Breeo.

For another fun cola recipe, check out my Cherry Coke Chicken Skewers. 

Marinate the Shrimp for Surf and Turf Fajitas

Next up, the shrimp. Shrimp marinates much more quickly than steak, so the shrimp process starts closer to when you’re ready to serve your surf and turf fajitas.

First, place a 1/2 pound peeled and deveined shrimp into a bowl. Add in Achiote paste, chopped jalapeño or jalapeño paste, and lime juice. Stir to combine, then let the mixture sit for 20 minutes. 

Next, pull the shrimp out of the marinade and skewer them onto bamboo skewers.

Want more tacos? Check out my Salmon Al Pastor Tacos, Fried Pork Belly Tacos and Chipotle Beer Steak Tacos.

 

Surf and Turf Fajitas cooking with the veggies added to the grill.

Cook the Steak and Shrimp

Now, it’s time to cook the meat for your surf and turf fajitas. Preheat your Breeo to a medium-high temperature of about 350ºF. Set your Breeo sear plate over the fire because we want it to preheat as well. 

First, add the steaks to the sear plate and let them cook for about four minutes per side or until they are medium-rare. When the steaks are almost done, add the shrimp skewers to the other side of the sear plate. Cook the shrimp for 1.5 minutes per side. 

Next, pull both the steak and shrimp off of the grill and allow them to rest for a few minute while you cook the veggies for your surf and turf fajitas.

Surf and Turf Fajitas plated and ready to be assembled into tacos.

For more surf and turf, check out my Grilled Surf and Turf, Surf and Turf Butter Burger and Wood Plank Surf and Turf Recipe.

Veggies for Surf and Turf Fajitas

Place a cast-iron skillet or wok onto the grill. Add a drizzle of canola oil and allow that to heat for a minute or so.

Next, add your sliced bell pepper and sliced white onion to the hot pan and season well with chipotle garlic seasoning. Stir to coat the veggies completely and let them cook until softened. 

 

Fajitas assembled and ready to take that first bite!

Assemble and Serve!

Finally, it’s time to assemble and serve your surf and turf fajitas!

First, slice the steak and pull the shrimp off of the skewers. Make sure you slice the steak against the grain to shorten the muscle fibers for a more tender bite! 

Warm the tortillas on the grill, then lay them on a plate and pile them with a few pieces of shrimp, a scoop of sliced steak, and the cooked veggies. 

Top the surf and turf fajitas off with shredded cheese, sour cream, cilantro, sliced jalapeño, and a sprinkle of fresh lime juice! 

For more delicious recipes, check out my second cookbook Flavor X Fire or my first cookbook Food X Fire!

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Surf and Turf Fajitas plated and ready to serve.
Keyword: Surf and Turf Fajitas
  • 1 Whole Skirt or Flap Steak
  • 1.25 cups Soy Sauce
  • ¾ cup White Vinegar
  • ½ cup Cola optional
  • 2 tbsp Chipotle Paste
  • 2 tbsp Garlic Paste
  • 2 tbsp Chopped Cilantro
  • 3 Medium Limes juiced
  • 1 Navel Orange juiced
  • 1 tbsp Canola Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • 1-2 lbs Shrimp peeled & deveined
  • ½ cup Achiote Paste
  • tbsp Jalapenos chopped or paste
  • 2 medium Limes juiced
  • Warm Tortillas
  • Shredded Cheese
  • Sour Cream
  • Cilantro
  • Jalapeño sliced
  • Lime Wedges
  1. In a large food safe bowl, add all the ingredients for the beef marinade and mix thoroughly. Add your steak into the marinade, mix, cover and place in the fridge for at least 4 hours but ideally overnight.
  2. The next day, add your shrimp to a food safe bowl and add the quick marinade ingredients. Mix thoroughly and let sit for 20 minutes, then pull them out of the marinade and skewer them onto bamboo skewers.
  3. Preheat your Breeo to medium-high temperature about 350F. Set the large sear plate over the fire to warm for 2 minutes.
  4. Add the steaks to the sear plate first and cook for about 4 minutes per side until medium rare (about 120 internal). When the steaks are close to done, add the shrimp skewers to the other side of the sear plate to cook for 1.5 minutes per side. Pull the steaks and the shrimp off to cool when done. Finally, add a cast iron skillet or wok to the middle opening to heat for 1 minutes with oil. Drop your veggies into the skillet and season with Chipotle Garlic seasoning or your favorite veggie seasoning. Cook until the veggies have softened (about 5 minutes) then pull them off and begin assembling.
  5. Slice your steak against the grain and serve it or chop into bites. Pull the shrimp off the skewers and serve with the steak and cooked veggies. Fill your warmed tortilla with steak, shrimp or both along with cooked veggies and anything other toppings. Enjoy!
Calories 221 Calories from Fat 45
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Nutrition Disclaimer: We are not dietitians or nutritionist. Nutritional information on overthefirecooking.com comes from online calculators. While we attempt to make this information accurate, it should only been viewed as an estimate.

Derek is the driving force behind Over the Fire Cooking. He started cooking with live fire in 2016 and decided to start a social media page so his friends and family could follow the journey. Fast forward to today and Over the Fire Cooking has spread across multiple platforms with millions now following Derek’s fire cooking journey. He’s a southern fellow who enjoys everything from classic BBQ to Central and South American inspired dishes. Whatever he’s cooking up, it’s guaranteed to be so freakin’ delicious!

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